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The Atlantic about 1M agoOn Thursday evening South Korean National-Security Adviser Chung Eui Yong, fresh off meeting North Korea's reclusive leader in Pyongyang, stood before cameras at the White House and delivered an extraordinary message. Donald Trump had agreed to meet with Kim Jong Un-and soon, by May-to "achieve permanent denuclearization" on the Korean peninsula. The man who once threatened North Korea and its "Little Rocket Man" with "fire and fury" and total destruction, who bragged that his "nuclear button" was bigger than Kim's and inflicted unprecedented economic pain on the North to stop its nuclear-weapons program, will do what no sitting American president has done before: meet with the head of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.n-borders system. Open borders is a radical, irrational idea that cannot be accepted." ... Read more
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